Priscilla Álamos Concha


Doctoranda en Ciencia Política (esperado en 2015), Universidad Católica de Lovaina Master en Metodología de la Investigación Social: Innovaciones y Aplicaciones, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Máster en Estudios Árabes e Islámicos, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Máster en Relaciones Internacionales, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Licenciada en Ciencia Política, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Licenciada en Estética (mención poesía), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile



Artículos y capítulos en libros

Rihoux, Benoît, Priscilla Álamos-Concha, Damien Bol, Axel Marx and Ilona Rezsöhazy. 2013. “From Niche to Mainstream Method? A comprehensive mapping of QCA applications in journal articles from 1984 to 2011”. in, Rihoux, B. & A. Marx (eds.) ‘QCA, 25 Years after “The Comparative Method”: Mapping, and Challenges and Innovations—Mini-Symposium’, Political Research Quarterly 2013, 66(1): 9-18.
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Rihoux, Benoît, Axel Marx, and Priscilla Álamos-Concha. 2013 forthcoming. “25 Annees De ‘Qca’ (Qualitative Comparative Analysis): Quel Chemin Parcouru? ”. Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée.

Barton, Jonathan, Francisca Reyes, Sergio Galilea, Manuel Prieto y Priscilla Álamos Concha. 2007. “Hacia el Rediseño de una Nueva Institucionalidad Ambiental”, In Camino al Bicentenario, Propuestas para Chile. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2007.
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Recensión de libro:

Álamos Concha, Priscilla. 2010. Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari’a, by Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im. International Journal for Arab Studies 1(1).
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Artículo de opinión

Álamos Concha, Priscilla. 2010. Sarkozy y la expulsión de gitanos en Francia: ¿Un caso de gitanofobia? Global Affairs 22, October – December 2010.
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Conferencias y papers

Blanchard, P., B. Rihoux and P. Álamos-Concha. 2013. Paper entitled Mapping Methods: a Teachers’ Survey. Open Section. Panel “Mapping Methods, Mapping Research Traditions”, 7th ECPR General Conference 2013. Bordeaux, Science Po Bordeaux, 4-7 Septembre 2013.
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Álamos-Concha, Priscilla. 2012. SISP, Italian Political Science Association Annual Conference. Paper entitled What is happening on the ground? A theoretical critical review of the nature and dynamics of the “movements” in the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ in the light of social movements and revolution theories and beyond. Panel named “The spring of Arab movements? The role of the movements in fostering political change in the Arab World”, Rome, 13-15 September 2012.
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Álamos-Concha, Priscilla. 2012. “Why Some Yes and Others No? Explaining the Emergence of Collective Action in Yemen and the Status Quo in Algeria, in the Light of Social Movement Theory”. BRISMES 2012 Graduate Conference Papers. British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES), Durham, United Kingdom. Paper presented at BRISMES GS Annual Conference Change and Continuity in the Middle East Rethinking West Asia, North Africa and the Gulf after 2011. Panel named “More continuity than change? Understanding the resilience of oppressive political and social structures” – Chair Mr. J. Chalcraft (LSE) – London, LSE, 11 June 2012.
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Palabras Clave

África, América Latina, Argelia, Democracia, Jerusalén, Magreb, Movimientos Sociales, Oriente Medio, Resolución de Conflictos, Siria

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